globus-wsc-container — Hosts C web services
This command starts the C WS container, allowing WS and WSRF-enabled services to be invoked. globus-wsc-container must be running to invoke services written using the C WS core.
- The container can be run in the background with the -bg option, and -pidfile allows the pid of the process to written to a specified file. This is useful for scripting the command, especially when running tests, or when the container process is expected to have a short lifetime.
- Supports HTTPS by default. In order to turn off HTTPS, use the -nosec argument
- The C container does not have a shutdown command (the Java container has globus-stop-container). To shutdown the C container, you can either CRTL-C the process, or kill the process with the process ID (use -pidfile)
Run: globus-wsc-container -help
Syntax: globus-wsc-container [-help][-max <max sessions>] ... Options -help, -usage Displays usage -version Displays version -max <max sessions> Max sessions that can be started in parallel -port <port> Set the port of the container -pidfile <path> Write PID of container to this file -bg Run container in the background -nosec Don't use https